| Non-Teaching Opportunities for the 2013/2014 School Year:Full-time front office Administrative Assistant: the school is seeking help in the office 8 hours/day, Monday – Friday, 7:45 – 3:45, starting in August. Tasks include greeting and directing visitors, answering phones, tallying attendance, and varied administrative tasks. This is an salaried position with partial benefits.
Part-time Bus Drivers: the school is seeking TWO qualified bus drivers, one each for the Glenwood Springs and Aspen routes weekdays beginning in August, ending in June. Drivers must have a CDL and a love of children and the ability to maintain a safe and courteous environment on the bus. These are hourly positions, pay is $20.00/hr.
Please see the office for an application, or contact Larry Smith with any questions.
Teaching Opportunities for the 2013/2014 School Year:
Middle School Math Teacher – Teaching 4 periods per week of math in grades 7-8 based on the making Math Meaningful Math curriculum by Jamie York. This is an hourly position and pay is $45/hour.
Strings Teacher: Teaching violin, viola and cello in grades 4 – 8, 8.5 hours per week of classes and 1 – 2 hours per week of sectionals. Pay is $45.00/hr for classes and $15 per hour for each attending student in sectionals.
Arts Teacher: Teaching 4 periods per week of arts in grades 5 and 7. This is an hourly position and pay is $45/hour.
Handwork Assistant: Assisting in handwork classes in grades 1-8. 12 hours per week of classes. This is an hourly position and pay is $17 per hour.
Part-time Kinderhaus assistant: Assisting in the aftercare program. This is an hourly position, pay is $17/hr.
Please send a letter of interest, a short biography and a resume to Carla Comey, Faculty Administrator, or contact Carla Comey with any questions.
WSRF is located in the Rocky Mountains of Western Colorado close to Aspen. We are celebrating our 21st anniversary this year with a supportive parent body and a caring faculty. Our school is set in a beautiful valley where the community enjoys a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities year-round. Our school has one preschool, two kindergartens and grades one through eight with approximately 150 students. Our campus is all straw bale construction and designed based on Steiner’s architectural indications, providing a beautiful space for our faculty and children to thrive. Our faculty works cooperatively and collaboratively within a greater community that is progressive and has a small town feel while benefiting from the multi-faceted cultural opportunities of Aspen.
We offer a strong benefits package, competitive salary, and tuition remission. WSRF is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religious affiliation or sexual orientation.
If you are interested in exploring this possibility for your teaching career and your life path, please send an inquiry to Carla Comey, Faculty Administrator, at email@example.com or reach us via phone at (970)963-1960.
We look forward to talking with you!
- World-class recreation and cultural activities
- Four beautiful seasons with lots of sunshine
- Surrounded by White River National Forest and BLM
About our school:
- 13 acre eco-campus with wetlands and river access
- Nationally recognized, anthroposophically-inspired strawbale buildings
- Incredible performance facility
- Strong community with active parent body
- Commitment to independent rather than private schooling
About our faculty:
- Cohesive and supportive
- Gifted men and women that includes both very experienced and young faculty members
- Trained subject teachers – eurythmy, Spanish, handwork, movement, practical arts
- On-going mentoring and support for professional development
- Committed to pedagogical and anthroposophical studies
- Hard-working and growing